On Halloween last year, Lionsgate announce the supernatural horror The Devil’s Light. Today, we can report that film has scored a February 22, 2022 release date, reports out of CinemaCon state.
Star of the Candyman franchise, Virginia Madsen appears alongside Jackie Ryers (“The Strain”) and Colin Salmon (Resident Evil) in the film in which “reports of demonic possessions reaching unprecedented numbers globally, and the Vatican opens schools for exorcisms in six countries including the United States.”
Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism) is in the director’s chair and is directing from the script penned by Halloween H2O‘s Robert Zappia.
“The Devil’s Light tells the story of Sister Ann, a restless 25-year-old, who devoutly believes that performing exorcisms is her calling. But she is at odds with the institution’s traditions: sisters are not allowed to perform exorcisms, only priests. With the support of a mentor, a professor who senses her special gift, she is allowed to observe actual training sessions. Her desire to prove herself takes a personal turn when she meets one of the school’s most disturbed patients. During their harrowing encounters, Sister Ann comes face to face with a demonic force that infests the school and has mysterious ties to her own past. It is then that the power of evil and her own startling abilities are fully realized.”
Paul Brooks (The Haunting in Connecticut) produces along with Jessica Malanaphy, Todd Jones, and Earl Jones. Scott Niemeyer, Brad Kessell, and David Brooks are executive producing.
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